It is hard to believe that we are already in the last month of winter. Time has flown and how. Your time to stay indoors is about to end in a couple of weeks, and before you know it, spring will have sprung. Spring season tends to have an aggressive pace, and its best to be absolutely prepared to make the most of the sun, the lovely weather and the amount of physical activities you can do outside.

Spring season is at the brink which means your green thumb is about to start itching to get out there and create the best garden in your neighborhood and community. The more ambitious gardeners among you don’t stop there. Blooming season is the time to bring out your best erm… thumb forward and create your own little Garden of Eden.

Just like everything else, your garden needs careful planning and a lot of hard work. Use the cozy time at home to start researching on how you want your garden to look in the next few months. Knowledge is power, and knowing what flowers, bushes and vegetables will grow best in your community location will keep you ahead of your game. The last few weeks of winter are also a good time to order or purchase tools and fertilizers you will need for your botanical spring seasonproject.

While aiming to have the best garden in your community is very motivating, it also inspires your neighbours to compete with you. This can be your own little covert operation to get everyone outdoors and get them to be active, which in turn will help all shed their unwanted winter weight.

Speaking of appearances, it is never too early to start planning your summer wardrobe. It’s exciting to think about all the fun colors and prints you can adorn, and no longer stick to the boring shades of black, grey and beige. Colorful months definitely await us, from our backyards to our wardrobes.

The lack of physical activity during winter can make one lethargic and delay projects like readying the soil in the yard and sowing the first seeds. McIntyre Property has the perfect solution for you. All you have to do is like our page, comment and share our post to win a free garden service. This one time service is exactly what you need to set momentum for the rest of spring season.